Choices that affect the world

AiREAS is een zelfbewuste keuze wegens omstandigheden, bewustwording en kansen

Sustainocracy, the new democracy

Life is full of choices. And choices have consequences. Take this chain of historic choices for instance in the Netherlands. The peaks in every picture are directly related. Now that our air is polluted, being number 1 cause of death in the public space, what should our next choices look like?

Goods distribution
The Netherlands choose to be the center of goods distribution for Europe ever since we discovered the waters for worldwide commerce. Our geographical positioning and trading history made the development of the large Rotterdam habor and infrastructures a logical choice.
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Consumer economics
Since Europe decided to focus on consumption (leaving productivity to low wage countries) the combination of distribution,  infrastructure and city development became economic growth patterns. Cities are ideal, concentrated consumer platforms for economic efficiencies.

Air pollution
Choosing to use fuel combustion as mayor source of energy for mobility, heating and movement of goods shows consequences…

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About Jean-Paul Close

Life forms in nature are healthy by definition. Unhealthy ones disappear to make room for a new cycle of healthy life. If human organizations, societies, governance and economies accept unhealthy pollution we hence destroy ourselves. A new governance appears based on awareness of core values to sustain our species and living surroundings. It a new democracy called Sustainocracy. Old structures collaps as the new one grows. Sustainocracy exists through new age ventures like AiREAS, FRE2SH and STIR learning cooperation.
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